– New Community Web Magazine Launched

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Make yourself heard at the! This online web magazine allows you to discuss cutting edge articles from leading journalists. With articles ranging from technology and business to culture, its time to have your say!

Today CIX Online, a leading virtual office provider, announced the launch of its new online magazine website dedicated to virtual communities, after a successful test phase. At the, anyone can get involved by discussing web articles from leading web journalists in a wide variety of areas, from technology and business to culture.

Recent articles discuss the growing coffee shop wireless culture, political blogging and the benefit of using networking groups to find jobs. A recent review by online web magazine highlighted the ‘quality content with the immediate comment system found on blogs’ that is found at

Current journalists include the Guardian’s Jack Schofield, and leading freelance national and computing journalists Guy Clapperton, Danny Bradbury, Wendy Grossman, Huw Collingbourne and Davey Winder. also pays for every article they publish – great for aspiring journalists.

At this online magazine there is no more getting ink on your hands either, like you find with traditional newspapers – and when was the last time you took the time to reply to an article in a newspaper? Well now you can discuss cutting edge articles immediately with not only the author, but other readers - have your say now at!

About is a wholly owned subsidiary of CIX online, a leading provider of virtual office tools. CIX Online offers virtual office services and builds on the Microsoft Outlook format – offering webmail, web calendar, web contacts, conferences, phone conferencing, virtual fax plus more, to small businesses and individuals. For more information and a free trial of their virtual office, visit

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